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Bob Kalmbach



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PostSubject: x axis units   Thu Sep 20, 2012 5:44 pm

It appears that the x axis units are some unit of time, but I don't understand how the time vector operates. How does this work? (0:tstep:10)
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PostSubject: Re: x axis units   Fri Sep 21, 2012 3:18 pm

Sorry, didn't get to this yesterday...hopefully you got it figured out.

The x-axis for a time-based signal is of course going to be time (for a time-signal sampled at discrete time intervals your time step will be 1/sampling rate). For the FFT, the abscissa will be frequency.
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